Originally Posted by alex4069
I am looking in on getting a GTX 680 to replace my 470 or getting a xspc rasa 750 rx 360 and by a block for my 470 (i have an H50). Which way would you recommend? If i purchased the RX360 from frozencpu.com what else would i need to buy to have it work or does everything you need come with the kit?
Some additional information might help. What are your current temps? Are you having performance issues with your current GPU? Interested in installing a water cooling loop for the looks? Water cooling does look cool by the way, not a judgement on my part if that is a consideration.
I am not 100% sure, but I believe everything needed, hardware wise, comes in that kit. You may also want to consider sourcing separate parts and putting the loop together yourself. The basics for a water cooling loop are the reservoir, pump, radiator/s, cooling block, tubing, fittings and the coolant. a simple loop with quality parts can be done for a reasonable price and built to meet your needs.
Hope this helps. I would also recommend checking out the water cooling section as there are many greats builds to learn from and a few informational posts worth checking out.